Currently, there are no reported, confirmed or presumptive cases of any individual or individuals that have tested positive for the COVID-19 Coronavirus residing here in Hamilton or Mercer County.
Recently it has been reported that a Cardiologist who works in Robbinsville, NJ, but lives in Burlington County has tested positive after traveling to Italy.
Local officials have been working around the clock to keep the public informed about current developments.
On Wednesday, Hamilton Township School District Superintendent Dr. Scott Rocco, issued a statement outlining a preparedness plan and indicated that the schools have enhanced cleaning and sanitizing facilities.
Within the schools, HTSD continues to implement an enhanced daily cleaning and sanitizing plan. This cleaning uses a combination of both mechanical and chemical cleaning phases that are focused on common touchpoints including doorknobs, sinks, water fountains, computer keyboards, student desks, chairs, cafeteria tables, chairs, etc. Additionally, we have deployed more hand sanitizer dispensers throughout our facilities in order to provide our students and staff with continuous access to disinfectants as needed.
The full release in PDF format can be viewed by clicking this link
In Response to COVID-19 Hamilton Senior Center Limits Activities
As of March 10, 2020, the Senior Center has canceled the Mercer County Nutrition Congregate Meal Program within the facility. However, registered participants will be instructed how they can receive a box meal which will be provided by the County. In addition, we have canceled all programs and activities at the senior center with some exceptions. This policy is in effect through March 22, 2020.
For more information please call the Senior Center at (609) 890-3686.
Mercer County Department of Public Health has established a complete section of their website with information from the CDC. Click link below.